The "peaceniks" aren't a threat to anybody and Saddam hasn't been a threat to anyone since 1991.
I would argue that at varying levels both of these statements are false:
1. If by peaceniks you mean protestors - they are taking up valuable time of local law enforcement. How would you feel to find out that because of civil disobedience a terrorist cell manages to commit an act? How would you feel to be the victim of a heart attack dying because an ambulance can not reach you due to a protest?
2. If you spend five minutes searching the internet you will find sworn testimony of thousands of acts that Saddam has commited or have been commited in his name in the past ten years. Ask the prostitutes that had their heads chopped of and stuck on a pike just prior to the invasion if they felt threatened.
I'm not saying that people shouldn't protest. I'm not saying that what Saddam has done to his people warrants an invasion. I am saying that you should stop and reflect on what you write prior to hitting the 'post' button.
-TPFKAS2S http://www.braglio.org Ol' buddy...there's a chance the American Tobacco Institute's health research is...well...biased.